At one point before I was born, my grandfather owned Rochelle Club Beverage Corporation. Before I could even witness the bottling process, he sold everything and retired.
Since then, I have been trying to reclaim some lost artifacts from his company. I'm turning to antique-bottles forum to find collectors and hopefully purchase some bottles.
His company sold ACL Glass Bottles, Duraglass, and bottles with paper labels.
His bottles would usually have Rochelle Club Beverage Corp, Mount Vernon, NY on it.
I think I might have one of his earlier bottles !
New Rochelle on both side with NY Soda Co under one insignia.
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I think these bottles are Common, I got a few different ones & seen many others, most only get around $50 & some $100+. BUT, Most are Aqua. Oddball colors can make a big difference. yours is a real...
I would of took the Hutch home even if Broke. I got some pretty rough busted up bottles at home. LEON.
The Bottles Makers Mark on Bottom I looked up & ends up it dates from 1878-1883. LEON.
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Yeah buddy way to go
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